It was much more extreme than other cases. And the seaside town of Bangor waged a vigilant campaign against nudist films, including the Garden of Eden. Not everyone in Northern Ireland supported censorship. Its tactics flopped in places such as Oxford but gained traction in Northern Ireland, said Barber, who investigated archive material for a pending book about UK-wide film censorship. Authorities in the border town of Newry were so aghast at the sexualisation of Jane Russell in the western The Outlaw, they made a pre-emptive ban before any attempt to distribute it. Belfast city council — making time for cultural gatekeeping amid a virulent IRA bombing campaign — went further and proposed banning all X-rated films in the city. Published on Sun 30 Jun
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